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Old 11-24-2004, 10:13 PM   #1
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Default ABS Light and sensors

My ABS light has been on for a couple of weeks now. Research tells me it's one of two things. Either one of the wheel speed sensors or the "Brake pedal position sensor". BMW of Dallas just told me that the ti doesn't have the "Brake pedal position sensor." Anyone know if this is true. Is the ti's ABS system different from other E36's?

Mine's a 1995, the first year for the ti, so maybe just mine doesn't.

Last question: Does anyone know if the Peake code reader will read the ABS codes and tell me which wheel sensor is dirty or bad?
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